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's chief made by his way in professional sports in los angeles a top larry ellison and get into that as well but in terms of markets today stocks are a little bit. oil 92 and change. we will be right back on markets now. ...seems like you guys got a little gassed out there. enough already. c'mon guys. next question. hello! what's your favorite color? what's my favorite color? yes. purple. what's your favorite animal? sea turtle. what's your bedtime? do you believe in space aliens? ...i love puppies. hash browns or home fries? home fries. do you like my dress? why can't you guys ask good questions like this? [ morgan ] for a chance to interview an nfl player... join sa nfl fan offe and make your season epic. gerri: dagen: leon panetta citing the alarm on cyber security after a series of attacks on u.s. banks this week calling this a pre 9/11 moment saying the u.s. must beef up its cyber defense or suffer as it did on september 11th for failing to heed the warning signs. get ready to dig deeper a post office. the u.s. postal service will raise postage rates. the cost of a fir
record" the los angeles times "a lackluster obama, a revived romney". unabashed obama supporter chris mathews was even disappointed with his guy. >> where was obama tonight? i don't know what he was doing out there. he had his head down, he was enduring the debate rather than fighting it. james carville, also noticed a new attacking style from romney. quote, mitt romney came in with a chain saw. and this tweet from bill maher. >> i can't believe i'm saying this, but obama looks like he needs-- he does need a teleprompter. well, coming up at ten o'clock. the top of the hour, eastern that would be, we will talk to brent about the media coverage of this debate. here is a question for you. by ten o'clock eastern, will the establishment media have rallied around the president, will they have a new tone by then? that will be new at 10. please go to our facebook page and give us your opinion on the debate and i want to hear from you, whether or not you are supporting president obama or not. i really want to hear from anybody who thought that president obama won the debate last night. come on
in moss angeles. -- los angeles. >> all you want is the best possible classroom experience. there has to be some level of accountability. i would but it might evolve met helped to rate teachers. not tests in a performance what metric ll you use? john: that includes your parents. >> butthey were educators and my mom said the same thing. there are brilliant teachers out there who change lives. think of the best teacher that still has the impact. wouldn't be wonderful we coultrust our children would have that experience? would it is all about the union thomas stranglehold, the pension, benefits, it makes teachers the enemy. but they should be what makes children more successful. [applause] john: the union says it is not just about money. they don't think this system is fair to get students whose parents don't care and the teachers that struggle are unfairly judged. >> this is what is shameful. the unions blame the hard chips on the students. no question but the point* that the mayor was makin you want to identify this teachers and move them farther and faster. that is what the union woul
to million-doar contract. number two. from los angeles signed a contract this year at ending 40 million over 10 years. number one. biggest contract goes to alex rodriguez. 10 year contract worth $275 million. the yankees still o 114 million. he went three/25 in postseason. in 2001 he signetoday $52 million contract with fed texas rangers. he was traded eight years ago. i should have been a baseball player. by a millions of dollars are spent on flt screen tvs and waterfalls. the president and romney tried to include women voters. are they being pandered? ann coulter tells us ext.@ ♪ gerri: 30 times often the word women was said during the debate. both candidates are out trying to get the women's te but it sounds like pandering. ann coulter author of mud to i want to start with the view a controversial interview. >> when he was governor he was pro-choice and now is againsabortions except in the life of the mother. what are your views? >> talking to the mother's of children who are coming home from bags. >> when you face the mothers whose children who have not comeback how will you explain to
to ld out the seven fascinating. keep an eye on the retailer's. a strange sight and los angeles. gerri: is stockmarket seen the worst weekly loss since june even after blowout earnings from jpmorgan chase and wells fargo both posted record third quarter profits. now the dow was down 2%. let's ask it gary kaltbaum. we have bet talking a lot about individual investors. why are the leading the market? >> nasdaq is still down bsn be is still down 10%. all the ttlements between wall street and the justice dertment they don't believe there is a level playing field. the typical secular bear market is 14 they are making a mistake i think we will take off the next couple years. gerri: from your lips to god's ears. what is the most pressing issue? what is it? >> 16 trillion. everybody talks about what it does. the tax on the economy. six years of taxpayer dollars and 40 been spent by the government that is the worry. gerri: in your honor we maybe you a full screen of gen -- ben bernanke addis mr. bubble. has the federal reserve chairman live with the bond bubble? is the at fault? >> i believe gr
without patient approval. that according to the los angeles times sources. shares of cbs down on the news that the second-largest drugstore tells fox business directly that has not been contacted by federal investigators. let's bring in the ceo of vital spring's technology. thank you for joining us. what do you make of this? they did reach a settlement for selling drugs at the wrong prices so there's a history here. >> there is a history with cvs on the medicaid side. as big as cvs is, there's always this concern that they have the ability to go out and be able to overturn without much oversight. this is worrisome if true with medicare beneficiaries who are getting charged for having prescription sort of bold out in charge by cvs to medicare but it really raises a bigger question about what has driven these companies to actually want to go out and do that. the obama administration has talked a lot about wanting to get fraud out of the system as a means for obamacare so you have to wonder what the motivation is for companies to do this. cheryl: melissa: when looking at this situation, cvs
their labor and run the trade, the cost went up. john: day run from new orleans to los angeles. >> average in this train. it is a desolate landscape and has the lowest writer ship with the highest cost. john: and get rid of it. >> politicians whose district it passes through. john: so $452. you could fly there cheaply plus the taxpayer pays the subsidy $400 per ticket. quote government lovers say so do private taxpayers with plying. >> average about 1 penny per passenger mile or 27 compared to amtrak. >> why don't they privatize amtrak? >> japan did now they may make a profit, britain and privatized, for the most part they are innovative and attract came passengers faster than european although there is a small subsidy. i think we would get some passenger trains that are better than amtrak but and the father of amtrak who originally proposed it now believes it is a mistake and they should privatize. politicians want the control so they can claim it is because you elected them. john: also trains are green? is not like cars. >> most debuts diesel locomotives they use a little bit less energy
, they still have it. slowly their supplies are running down. that is a big fear right now. in los angeles, there's already areas that are running down like a costco. we even had a costco here in town without gas as well. there is major concern of getting gas to us. everyone is wondering when is this going to end? may be up to the governor to start that winter pricing. that may lower the price but that won't happen anytime soon. send it back to you. melissa: maybe they switch over to winter blend earlier and that would free up supply. sounds insane. rick, thank you for that report. >> yeah. melissa: we may be feeling pain at the point but it has to be tough to run a fuel distribution business with all this volatile. scott cain is vice president of west hills fuels incorporated. he joins me now on the phone, scott, you have got a pretty big problem on your hands. is it getting worse? >> yeah. it is pure insanity the last few days. three or four-days ago gasoline was 70 cents a gallon cheaper than it is today. and the ironic thing is, that it's anticipated to drop 50 cents tonight. so you've
island and now larry ellison could be making an expensive play to bring pro football back to los angeles. get a piece of a few other teams and then use. i have been too a few raiders games in my lifetime. we need a new team. the story on fox business coming up. melissa: coca-cola bottling co. shares of the coke bottler jumping 6%. not a bad move. they announced plans to move their headquarters to switzerland and there it begins. they're moving out of greece and moving elsewhere. it will be in london. shares of coca-cola held their value even though the stock market value has been cut in half since the beginning of the euro crisis. the stock is up 22% this year alone. some fear last year looking good now. let's look at dollar tree getting a downgrade and details from lauren simonetti at the stock exchange. >> yesterday's they came out and said they would report sales numbers at the low end of expectations. stock sold off 7% yesterday down another 4%. jeffries made some comments on the stock downgrading saying they're seeing weakness in their food business and competition from wal-mart to
be hard-pressed to find that price in much of los angeles. in fact right here behind me you can see this gas station 4.99 for regular, 5.19 for premium. just down the street, the gas there is 5.39 for regular unleaded. across los angeles, in fact, i drove down the state yesterday from northern california to southern california, no matter where you drive, you're finding gas prices in the high 4s for regular unleaded. people are not happy at all. take a listen to some of the people that we have bumped into about how these gas prices are so extreme. >> just jump them up real quick and it takes forever to get them back down. pretty ridiculous. >> $10 in gas doesn't even give me a quarter of a tank. it's really out of control. i mean it is almost 5 bucks a gallon. >> -- [inaudible] -- due to increase of gas prices. they have been increasing. i can't afford it. >> so these gas prices aren't expected to come down any time soon. why are they so high? there's a couple of reasons according to to experts in the field and those who own the refineries and gas stations. they say one california ha
of los angeles, we cut our structural deficit from $1.2 billion to $250 million. the federal government is going to have to put a plan to do that. i hope that after the election, they'll do that together, democrat and republican. neil: the seminole moment when you asked the public unions as a democrat that we have to do something. the direction we are going is not good. you got concessions out of them, but you didn't bludgeon them. what did you do? >> got to go from 6% to 11%, current employees, saving us about $3 billion. neil: you sold it on the notion -- >> income and protection security -- neil: in other words, may way or you could lose everything? >> go it this way or you could lose everything. neil: chris chris kristy is arg. what's going on here? >> i think when you a mayor, a governor, you understand that you got to chart a sustainable path forward. you can't keep on having deficits that undermind the economy, and undermind your state's ability to pay for important services like education, like investment and infrastructure. it's as simple as that. neil: mayor, thanks for the pa
the seven fascinating. keep an eye on the retailer's. a strange sight and los angeles. we have big dreams. one is for a clean, domestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. gerri: is stockmarket seen the worst weekly loss since june even after blowout earnings from jpmorgan chase and wells fargo both posted record third quarter profits. now the dow was down 2%. let's ask it gary kaltbaum. we have bet talking a lot about individual investors. why are the leading the market? >> nasdaq is still down bsn be is still down 10%. all the settlements between wall street and the justice department they don't believe there is a level playing field. the typical secular bear market is 14 they are making a mistake i think we will take off the next
performance. that is something the democratic mayor of los angeles have been saying to me. it was a game-changer for the president, right? he needed to do that. >> no question, and was a dominating performance. neil: can use a dominating, what do you mean? >> if it was a boxing match, he knocked him out in the first or second round. neil: you were drinking heavily, weren't you? dominating? >> attacking on the tax plan which didn't add up and the jobs plan. neil: the governor backed the president up on his record, not his rhetoric. >> i didn't see that happen. i have never seen a president fact checked by the moderator on the spot. she thought he misstated the facts when he said the president said it was an act oo terror. neil: that implied would romney was saying was a lie. what he was getting at was it took two weeks to call it a terrorist act. there is a difference between terror and terrorists. >> i don't think she was implying he was lying, she was merely asked checking him. made clear what he was saying was not true. neil: the fact she didn't do the same against the president when h
the former deck commission cochair, we also have senator john thune and los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. meanwhile, while the candidates debate over the direction of the country, companies are being scared right out of the country. then, the guy who stuffed himself in an overhead bin. a 100-dollar be. he is here to make his case. washington is jumping in. the health care takeover could be making people sick. neil: companies are packing up so they don't have to pay up. there is a new cato study showing high corporate taxes are driving businesses out of here. the u.s. rate is nearly twice the international average. david asman says that is a job killer. >> that is a job killer. they have a corporate rate of 18%, ours is 35%. this is sending businesses out of the country. what is really ridiculous is these high rates. just hang with me for a second. if you look at the chart, you can see that the most income from our taxes come from individual taxes. the third bar is corporate taxes and you can see the 7.9%. now, we have about $200 billion from corporate taxes. that is how much
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, we also have senator john thune and los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. meanwhile, while the candidates debate over the direction of the country, companies are being scared right out of the country. then, the guy who stuffed himself in an overhead bin. a 100-dollar be. he is here to make his case. washington is jumping in. the health care takeover could nearly 1 billion people around the world don't have enough food to survive. we can't let this happen. there is something we can do about it. please join christina aguilera and yum! brands in the movement to fight world hunger by supporting the united nations world food programme. for more information, go to fromhungertohope.com. your contribution will feed children and save lives. together, we can stop the dying and start the living. and together, we can move people from hunger to hope. neil: companies are packing up so they don't have to pay up. there is a new cato study showing high corporate taxes are driving businesses out of here. the u.s. rate is nearly twice the international average. david asman says that is a job
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a little bit with the midwestern look. i am from los angeles, we both ended up in cleveland and we both really loved it here. >> my mother grew up around this area, this feels like home. they would do anything for you, stranger would stop, they would drive you someplace if you needed in a blizzard, coming in about a week from now in northeast ohio. >> we are here focusing on the business of it all, and what amazes me, i'm a big cheerleader for cleveland because i live here, but how innovative businesses are here. >> things have changed. a governor who comes here often. we have new county government, corruption that has been a big part of this area has gone away, lots of people in jail, so we're moving forward, changing. things are being built, and the city has hoped and a new future, you can feel it and since that, that is very important. liz: that is what i do. lebron. goodbye, lebron, have a good life. seriously, look at cleveland and all it has to offer, a punchline that i felt should be a headline. >> it is. everybody is happy jimmy bought the team. we hope things can turn around, w
are taking over in los angeles the espn center, which used to be the 10,000 square feet -- wolfgang puck and the fabulous gene simmons are going to be hosting an event on october 15. all the proceeds will go to wounded warriors. wolfgang and i will post it. rock stars, even mr. varney may be there. the entire media will be there. we hope people come down and contribute to wounded warriors. stuart: i am flattered you would suggest such a great thing. all kinds of problems at american airlines. including rows of seats coming loose during flights. would you fly american? tom sullivan is a pilot. we will ask him about that after the break. ♪ those surprising little things she does still make you te notice. there are a million reasons why. but your erectile dysfunction that could be a question of blood flow. cialis for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your
obama better do more than just make a few jokes at a fund-raiser out in los angeles. lou: was that a joke? >> she did say he was having an off night and not a stellar performance. lou: let's share this self-deprecating humor. i'm going to call everybody's caught the president's laughing and used face as he says this. see how much fun you thought the president was having as he made this self-deprecating joke. >> everybody here is an incredible professional, such great friends. they just performed flawlessly night after night. i can always say the same. [laughter] lou: did you see him cracking up? he can barely control himself. >> his idea of settles humor. i mean, what can he do? lou: the great one is so new ones that we cannot detected. >> at least he acknowledged that he has a problem. lou: what do you think? >> well, his surrogates are out there spreading lies that it was the allies' of mitt romney that deafen to the presidents, yet it -- remember, these are all people that paid $25,000 a plate. all the actors to know about plopping lines to the president of greenwich,
stealing from stations. is there any end in sight? fox news's adam housley is live in los angeles with more. adam, what is going on out there in california? >> yeah, you mentioned the gas thieves. that is actually been a report that has been picked up over the last few days. we've heard of people having their gas siphoned out of gas tanks. that happens every once in a while but numbers seem to picked up a bit. in roseville, california, up by sacramento, number of gas stolen from stations. stations reported it wasn't taken but someone tried to. in a shell station, they drove up with a pickup truck and 300 gallon in tank in the back and found a way to disable the pump and filled up the tank several times. 1,000 gallons stolen from a station in roseville, california. while peopleould not agree with stealing we found one driver who said she can understand. >> i can definitely see people doing that. >> i just spent almost $70. this will only last knee a week, so. i could definitely see the motivation there. >> not sure about seeing the motivation there, but i'll tell you this if you do get caugh
stations in the los angeles area are shutting down over supply shortages. will the pumps near you be next? >> u.s. sanctions could hit iran where it hurts most, the currency. the rial lost a quarter of its value just in the past week. did you know that? it is causing riots in iran. we're following developing story. more "money" coming up. ♪ . ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. ♪ . melissa: so there is potential catastrophe in the making at california gas stations. the shutdown of a refinery for a pipeline is cause aghast shortage. some stations are closing their pumps. for those open, the average price of a gallon of regular gas today reached $4.32. that is 50 cents higher than the national average the could this spread across the country? to put it all in perspective i'm joined by oil expert steven schork. editor of
miles back. gerri: would they do that? >> they do, all my money was back, but if you are stuck in los angeles, and you live in new york, you have no choice. i was walking down street in manhattan, full of tourists, lost zombie tourists with nothing else to do, they are just walking, aimlessly. that i want to go home. gerri: southwest rebooking 14 days from original travel date, and fantastic picture of laguardia airport flooding, you see this picture you will be so happy, that is awful. >> amazing. gerri: so glad you are not flying tonight, tomorrow or the day after, my question for you, what is this going to get normal. >> probably saturday or sunday, i know one person that tweeted said they are stuck in istanbul, and they are not coming back for a week they live in new york. it will take a long time. gerri: i am trying to get to washington you know, not going to turkey. george thank you. >> thank you. >> all right when we come back, stock market is closed for two days over worry of safety of electronic trading. former fcc chairman, gives us his take after the break. 0t[h7 gerri: ne
can hold the entire city of los angeles hostage because the regulations restrict what type of gasoline you can bring in in the event of an emergency. it is about time the government did something about it. neil: it seems to affect gasoline prices everywhere. they're within pennies of that right now. about th past $5 per gallon. that doesn't explain how we are stubbornly staying at or above $4, what is going on? >> we have to get you out of new york city, that is part of the problem. parts of the country raising gasoline prices fall from five to $0.15 per gallon last couple of weeks but they're being kept artificially high for the problems in california and the big cities. the truth of the matter is probably answering questions why gasoline prices are high overall. really because of the regulations we get every year. neil: say we didn't have that, what do you think s. would be now? speak of gasoline down $0.75, $0.15 per gallon. i'm all for cleaner blends of gasoline. i don't like the fact we create these boutique blends of gasoline in the regulations are so strict if we have an emergen
. it costs $1800 minimum -- that was the only fare between new york and los angeles in 1959, adjusted for inflation. gerri: all right. we mentioned airlines raked in $22 billion in fees. what's going on with spirit. they are hiking on the fees. checking carry on bags at the gate, $100, carry-ops paid at booking, i mean, you know, it costs you more to have a bag than to buy the ticket. >> if you were to fly between oregon and dallas recently, a new spirit route, i don't own airline stock, and i'm not an aficionado, but costs $77 round trip on spirit, $700 on american airlines, same route, same day. even with the fees, you save money. now, cruise lines -- gerri: you know, i think people in the back of their head are doing that, and once they are over the limit, people sign off. >> what happens is the fees are hidden. there's even booking fees to use the online websites that you don't see until you actually go and pay your money so there's a lot of hidden fees. the cruise line does this too, the cruise industry. i've seen $29 extra charges for filet mignon in the main dining rooms. you p
.99 only to join those exclusively from los angeles. looking for space on rodeo drive, we talk about the economy, the millionaire starting on market potential. >> a couple blocks from beverly hills for 20 years and every year it gets busy year-end busier and the fact is it is the highest sales volume store of 300 stores and we have a lot of customers from beverly hills clamoring -- who loves a great deal better than a rich person. and they still a rich and since the recession hit we have more demand in beverly hills so we were thinking where would be a perfect location where we could get locals and tourists so we thought rodeo drive and great marketing for the company would be our flagship location. lori: does it send a message you are after by virtue of being on rodeo drive, 37 to $42 a square foot. $3 a square foot. it will cost so much to be there, do you have to change what you charged when you are the $0.99 store. does it send the right message about your store? >> we hope we don't have a special $99 session. we want to keep our pricing but we believe it will be our best volume
, washington post says, obama keeps romney on his heels, okay. and los angeles times says, obama reverses roles, comes out swinging in debate. san francisco chronicle, the headlines, romney sweats, obama doesn't. and joining us tim graham, a media analysis at the media research center. tim, was it universal across the establishment media that obama won? >> well, yes, and it's because on some level they look for the instant polls. and remember, now though that some of these instant polls like the ones on cbs are instant polls only of the uncommitted voters and i guess you could argue they are ate the ones that matter and maybe the poll that matters is the one are you more likely to vote for obama now, are you more likely to for romney. those were pretty much a wash last night. i'm looking within the overall instant poll numbers, i'm looking at cnn, for example. they asked people, all right. how do you think these, the two candidates come across in handling the job of commander-in-chief. 63% said president obama's okay. 60% said romney is okay. that's pretty close on handling the job of commander
across the country, people in seattle, san francisco, los angeles, around the world flights have been cancelled. i know many people in other continents that cannot get back to the united states today. also we did get late word from new york governor cuomo this morning he said possibly jfk will be open tomorrow. he doubts la guardia here in new york will be open because of flooding on the runways. there's a lot of train issues i want to update you on right now. you have 1 1/2 million commuters that are just sitting, standing by because amtrak had cancelled all services along the northeast corridor. this includes several things that impact the business of the financial center of the world, and that's manhattan everybody. new jersey transit, they use amtrak tracks. governor christie is saying there is extensive damage on every line, every track. new jersey path train, people coming to work every single day, thousands of people, those trains could be out for seven days possibly more governor christie said this morning. let's talk about the issue of power. you have 7.4 million people right
meeting of restaurants all week last week in los angeles and not a soul, including darden seems to know what it is. and i assume we need to call the president or waiting until after the elections possibly and drop it on us. sandra: he's asking if you've heard from your employees on this matter. i'm curious if you've thought about influencing their thoughts on this election like we've seen from recent business heads. stuart: are you sending a letter? >> no, i'm not. in all fairness here is what i say to them we meet in groups of 100 and 200 all the time, weekly almost and i say to them, you need to vote. i'm not going to tell how to vote for, but i think everybody needs to go out there and vote. unfortunately, the electorate is not sophisticated enough to really dig down, other than to see that they're going to get something more, and i'd be hard pressed to tell them to vote for this candidate or that candidate. >> look, thanks very much indeed for coming on the show today. very important subject, and very important, your employees for sure. thank you very much, sir. >> thank you. >> i w
make. harold edwards is one of the largest women suppliers of the u.s. joining us from los angeles. i saw an extraordinary line in in a clear reading on you and you want in the next ten years to grow your lemon shipments fivefold. how are you going to do that? >> it is a matter of promoting lemons and building awareness. we have launched a campaign, unleashing, and the last few years -- >> you girl lemons and avocados which go great together in guacamole. you have 8,000 acres. why is it we americans consume three pounds a year of lemons? with all the -- you would think would be far higher purses six accounting year. >> great question and the question we ask ourselves and we think it is based on awareness. we look at consumption of lemons around the world we are seeing much higher consumption levels per-capita so we are trying to promote the use of lemons across a spectrum of potentially different uses and convince people to eat more and use more. dennis: lemons are not just for eating any more. give us some of those. >> health and beauty obviously has a lot of applications but also ju
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